FML - The follow-up
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I recently graduated from college and moved in this brand new unit / my first apartment, which is in a different state. I figured the rates were just low and the apartment was energy efficient. Come to find out, my bills actually exceeded $100 and $200 some months... I just don't understand how the customer service reps at the utility company, nor the complex--who was paying my actual bill the entire time--did not catch it sooner, especially considering they would be more familiar with how the rates run. But my biggest problem: They taking so long to catch it, drove my bill up. Had I been aware of my actual usage, I could have easily reduced my usage.
By MelMayle - / Tuesday 5 January 2010 16:32 / United States
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By  Newbie21  |  1

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

By  Peacewind  |  0

Oh wow...you know...I'd tell them to bugger off and it's their bad. Lol. If my dad told that to UnionGas in Canada he'd win that. It's their mistake. Dumb douches :P

  dudeitsdanny  |  9

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  lovebirdy  |  0

#97 no, dumbass, they charged him the bill of an unoccupied unit instead of his own house. therefore he got near-nonexistent charges instead of the proper ones. YOU learn to read before you try to insult someone else's reading abilities.

By  Jal1989  |  0

yeah, just take them to court. it's not your fault that they didn't know what they were doing when they did the meters. any judge should rule in your favor i would think

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